Throughout the year, Lan Su offers a series of events tied to larger multi-day and month events in addition to special programs geared for specific audiences and festivals. Unless otherwise noted, these events are free with membership or admission and do not require registration.
Join Lan Su Chinese Garden docent and award-winning author Daniel Skach-Mills for the launch of his latest work, “The Beyond Within: The Downtown Dao of Lan Su Chinese Garden.”
Enjoy the summer afternoon in the garden with cultural performances by local organizations. All performances will take place on the terrace over-looking Lake Zither.
Lan Su invites donors at the $250 and higher level to a special art opening for Kelli MacConnell and Sine Morse. Meet the artists, enjoy wine and nibbles, and bring your dancing shoes for an evening of Cuban jazz from the 40’s and 50’s with Xaxier Tavera and the All Classic Band.
Learn the uses of Chinese seals and see how they are carved.
Cheryl Frances Cameron, of Cygnet Silks, demonstrates the art of silk painting.
Lan Su Chinese Garden and the Teahouse will close early today at 6:30 p.m. for a private event. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause.
This event is open to Lan Su members and their guests (see membership level for guest privileges).
Join us for an opening reception of the Inspirations of China art exhibition on display in the garden this September.
Lan Su Chinese Garden as well as the Teahouse will close at 1 p.m. today Saturday, September 9, 2017. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause.
Guests at Lan Su’s annual fundraising event, Under the Moonlight, are treated to an intimate, lantern-lit dining experience in the emerald splendor of the garden at dusk.
Learn about the importance of water to your digestion in this informative talk titled, “Water: Simple Steps to Better Digestion.”
Celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival, one of the four most important holidays on the Chinese calendar. Lan Su Chinese Garden will host a weekend full of festivities, including lion dances, cultural performances, calligraphy demonstrations, craft activities and much more—great for all ages!
Watch an expert calligrapher paint your name or Chinese zodiac sign.
Pull up a chair and listen to classic Chinese stories. Great for all ages.
Celebrate the mid-autumn festival while learning about mooncakes with the Red Robe Teahouse & Café.
Make your own paper red lantern to take home in celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival with cultural performances throughout the weekend.